Trained as an architect, Boston interior designer Jeffrey Delvy achieves the perfect balance of gorgeous, textured, retro, ancient, and brand-new. With a focus on comfort and individual family personality, his style melds modern opulence with a solid classical backbone. His interiors earned him Boston magazine’s Best of Boston Home 2010 Classic designation. Since founding Jeffrey Delvy Design and Decoration in 2007, he has overseen historical renovations, gut rehabilitations, and residential interior design projects all over the country.
English-style etched and beveled vertical giltwood mirror has
four gilded medallions at each corner and a decorative etched floral vase at crest. Maker: Carson Pirie Scott, Chicago, circa 1900. Age wear to frame, foxing on mirror.
1970s Italian Murano art glass vase with a
deep wine-hued interior encased in clear, faceted cut glass. Acid-etched, “Mandruzzato; Hand Worked Murano; Murano, Italy.” Light wear and manufacturing anomaly bubble.
Art Deco Daum Nancy geometric glass vase with
geometric petal design along the bottom and etched ice patter background. Smokey amber glass color. Thick and heavy glass. Signed "Daum Nancy, France" along the bottom edge.